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{Council Highlights and Other Stuff}

S Lorraine Cervantes announced that she will be honored by the former Community Redevelopment Agency. More...

Council approves election ordinance

COMPTON—The Compton City Council unanimously passed an ordinance on Tuesday, March 6, that will ask residents to change the voting method in the city. More...

Renowned Spellman College Glee Club performs at Compton High School

The world-renowned Spellman College Glee Club performed its repertoire of African-American spiritual and secular choral songs Monday, March 5, in front of more than 300 Compton High School students. More...

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SENIOR CALENDAR

Dollarhide Senior Center, 1108 North Oleander Ave., offers a variety of activities including information and referral, Dial-A-Ride, Dial-A-Taxi, social clubs, enrichment classes, excursions, nutrition, Braille, employment and MTA Bus Passes. More...

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

Art Exhibit More...

Sexual misconduct allegations rock the CUSD

COMPTON—Allegations of sexual misconduct at Davis Middle School in the Compton Unified School District has spurred an investigation by the Los Angeles County Special Victims Bureau on Friday, March 9. More...

Calvary Church of Compton dedicates new facility

COMPTON—Happy worshippers filled the Calvary Church of Compton, Church of God in Christ on Sunday, March 12, to dedicate its new house of worship, located at 950 W. Alondra Blvd. The church was founded in 1952 by Bishop Edward G. McLachlan. More...

Opinion

PEOPLE WILL TALK ...

Where would you like to see Peyton Manning play next season?

Gregory Rogers “I hope the Redskins can sign him.” More...

Corporations pay less in taxes than Buffett and Romney

Corporations pay a lower effective tax rate than Warren Buffett and Mitt Romney, but you wouldn’t know it from all the complaints that our corporate tax rate puts our country at a competitive disadvantage. Last year, U.S. More...

Women’s History Month salutes the empowerment of women

In 1921, New York Governor Nathan Miller called a challenge by women voters to his ally, New York Senator James Wadsworth, “sex antagonism.” Organized by the newly formed League of Women Voters to unseat Wadsworth, these women were, Mille More...

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